bestick

bestick

(bɪˈstɪk)
vb (tr)
to cover with sharp points; to pierce
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Bestick, in 1952; her daughter-in-law, Aletha Silvester, in 2003; her sister, Helen Largesse, in 2006; and her granddaughter, Caitlin (Katie) Lucas, in 2008.
A&E is a widely respected brand that stands for stimulating and informative television," said Greg Bestick, president of Creative Wonders.
is delighted to be associated with this unique service for children," said Greg Bestick, president of The Learning Co.
CCS partner Scot Bestick said the Denver office's focus will be on corporate, educational and government agencies in the state of Colorado and will also provide training, consulting and technical support for the products they offer.
In joining forces, both Electronic Arts and Capital Cities/ ABC intended the joint venture to develop a strong identity of its own, including a new name, that would clearly reflect the quality product we produce," said Greg Bestick, Creative Wonders president.
The Company is also pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Bestick, an officer of Mattel, Inc.
Our distribution arrangement with Mindscape will strengthen our business in Europe and Asia Pacific," said Greg Bestick, president of Broderbund.
NewKidCo's product line provides us a unique opportunity to achieve significant market share in the burgeoning children's video game market," said Greg Bestick, President of the TLC Learning Division.
Her brother Paul "Bud" Bestick died in a military plane crash in 1952.
It's a partnership that enables each organization to focus and leverage their product development and distribution strengths, according to Greg Bestick, president of Broderbund.
Bestick will be joined by employees of Electronics Arts' EA-Kids division.
This accomplishment shows that our products truly meet the needs of educators and students," said Greg Bestick, president of The Learning Company.